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A written guide to Real Estate.

Don’t Drop The Wrong Name

At a recent dinner party that I was hosting, as usual I found myself getting to know the one stranger in the room.  One of my “tactics” is to find a common interest and see what things we can talk about.  A way of doing this is

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Nothing But The Best Leader For Westfield

I stay pretty involved locally and enjoy the election time more than the next guy and this season is no disappointment.  Here in Westfield we are holding an election for the Mayors position, which will be responsible for guiding us through the next four delicate years of activity.

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My First Really Angry Letter….And I Name Names

Today my Wife and I decided to meet for lunch as we do on a regular basis.  We live and work in Westfield and absolutely love this City and as a real estate broker where a  main focus is on SR 32 I spend a lot of

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Never Pay Retail………For Retail Space!

In my line of work we continuously watch retailers movement and activity, especially at the corner that I traffic the most.  In my case a national grocery store anchors a strip center that has the typical mix of retailers like Mexican Food, Nail Salon and an Insurance

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Someone Say Something Positive!

Brokers spend their days selling and promoting a product that it seems no one has a positive take on.  Each time I meet a new person that hears what I do it is immediately followed the the standard sarcastic question, “So how’s that going?” and it kind of gets

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Why Would I Ever Want To Own My Own Space

Well everyday I hear this same question and each time I am surprised by even the thought of a small business overlooking such a terrific opportunity.  As a small business owner I do not understand the risk of buying after you are established and growing your company. 

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How far can we go just on wisdom and an idea without spending any money?  Lately, I have been asked to make a couple of miracles happen in the world of real estate and have been stumped.  The majority of my friends that have started small businesses

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I Sure Love My Market

I was reading the IndyStar this morning and it had an article about the lack of good properties available for baby boomers and the shortage we will have down the road.  What I am wondering is, are we still fooling ourselves into thinking that selling a house

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Well maybe they aren’t!  I usually don’t buy into the “doom and gloom” rhetoric and certainly always feel like the private sector drives the markets.  But as of late my Real Estate confidence has been waning.  According to every stat house and news outlet, other than #Mibor of

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You Don’t Need A Realtor To Sell That!

This past year I have watched three neighbor houses sit on the market, for a year.  The prices have not dropped and the owners are frustrated.  There are no showings and there are surely no offers, and what the future holds is a crap shoot.  The great

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